Asda in York has been chosen as the first store location that will trial a miniature 3D printing service, with prices starting from £40 upwards.
York is one of only four areas across the country to be awarded a share of the £16.5million new Better Bus Area funding, designed to drive up bus performance and passenger numbers.
As false widow spider sightings spike in the city of York, we answer some frequently asked questions on Britain’s most venomous spider.
David Cameron visited Portakabin’s Huntington headquarters today for a question and answer session with hundreds of the firm’s employees. Marketed as a ‘PM Direct’ session, The visit highlighted Yorkshire’s role in the national economic recovery.
This morning saw businesses, campaigners and the press gather at York St John University for the anticipated event which saw Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vice Cable discuss the National Minimum Wage and the Living Wage.
This years Housing Week, 14-18 October, focuses on the important part that housing plays when it comes to poverty, and how it can be alleviated for residents.
York has revealed itself as the first UK city outside the capital to apply to lead a US Cities of Service style movement this side of the pond. Launched in 2009 in New York by Mayor Bloomberg, the initiative has since spread to 169 cities across the United States.
Tourism businesses in York and Yorkshire are being encouraged to grab a bigger slice of the tourism pie by attending the Visit York Annual Tourism Conference; ‘Tourism Insights’, later this month.
City of York Council is launching the i-Travel York Journey Planner this week, with series of events taking place until Friday 11 October.
City of York Council has welcomed new figures released this week from the Office of National Statistics, which show there are 125 more private sector businesses in York, since 2012. The increase takes York from 8010 to 8135 businesses, from across all sectors.
Retail chain Sainsbury’s have announced plans to open a massive new supermarket on the Hull Road site currently occupied by DIY retailer B&Q.
Does the future of our libraries revolve around books? What other services would you like York’s libraries to offer? These are just some of the questions asked by the latest challenge on York’s crowdsourcing platform, GeniUS!
A private company financed by Leeds City Council looks set to be awarded the uncontested contract to attract businesses and jobs on behalf of the Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) of which York is a key member.
York has been named amongst the top 5 ‘crappiest’ towns in the UK by the self-proclaimed ‘Genuine Rough Guide to Britain’.
University of York have announced a ten-year plan in which £400m is to be invested in revamping the Heslington West campus.
Data collected as part of the Lendal Bridge traffic trial appears to show a broadly positive response by the traffic network in the first month.